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الإنجليزية - التركية
{i} uyuşma
(Tıp) Ameliyat yapmak için duyu, hareket ve bilincin ekseriya solunum sistemi yolu ile eter, kloroform v.s. verilerek uyuşturulması, narkoz
ilaç ile meydana gelen uyuşukluk
nitrogen narcosis
(Askeri) azot narkozu
electro narcosis
(Denizbilim) elektro narkoz
inert gas narcosis
(Tıp) vurgun yeme
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Unconsciousness caused by a drug, anaesthetic or other chemical substance
Depressed mental state, anywhere from confusion or drowsiness to coma
unconsciousness induced by narcotics or anesthesia
Stupor or unconsciousness produced by some narcotic drug
Stupor or unconsciousness produced by narcotics or other materials
Privation of sense or consciousness, due to a narcotic
A state of stupor, unconsciousness, or arrested activity produced by the influence of narcotics or other chemicals
{i} state of deep sleep, loss of consciousness due to drug use
altered mental status ranging from confusion to coma
general anesthesia, or loss of feeling due to exposure to certain chemical vapors, may be accompanied by loss of consciousness
Stupor or unconsciousness produced by some narcotic drug or chemical NAUSEA - Tendency to vomit, feeling of sickness of the stomach NECROSIS - Local death of tissue NEPHRITIS - Inflammation of the kidneys NEPHROTOXIN - A chemical which produces kidney disease NEURITIS - An inflammation of a nerve NEUROTOXIN - A chemical which affects the nervous system NFPA - National Fire Protection Association NIOSH - National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health NTP - National Toxicity Program of the EPA NYSTAGMUS - Spasmic, involuntary motion of the eyeballs
Stupor or unconsciousness caused by exposure to a chemical
Loss of consciousness
nitrogen narcosis
A condition of disorientation, intoxication and stupor caused by increased levels of dissolved nitrogen in the blood; occurs in divers breathing air under pressure; the "rapture of the deep"
nitrogen narcosis
A condition of confusion or stupor resulting from increased levels of dissolved nitrogen in the blood, as that occurring in deep-sea divers breathing air under high pressure. or nitrogen euphoria or raptures of the deep Effects of breathing nitrogen under increased pressure. In divers breathing compressed air, nitrogen saturates the nervous system, causing an intoxicating light-headed, numb feeling, then slowed reasoning and dexterity, and then emotional instability and irrationality. Severe cases progress to convulsions and blackout. Susceptibility varies, and severity increases with depth, but there are no aftereffects. Physical function remains normal, and divers may be unaware of the growing irrationality that can cause them to rise too fast (see decompression sickness) or let their air supply run out. Helium, which dissolves less easily in body tissues, is substituted for nitrogen for deep dives
nitrogen narcosis
confused or stuporous state caused by high levels of dissolved nitrogen in the blood; "deep-sea divers can suffer nitrogen narcosis from breathing air under high pressure




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    [ när-'kO-s&s ] (noun.) circa 1693. New Latin, from Greek narkOsis, action of benumbing, from narkoun.

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